Patron Picks – October 2012


Sutton: a Novel  by J.R. Moehringer

Summer Breeze   by Nancy Thayer

Hostage: a Novel   by Elie Wiesel

Low Pressure   by Sandra Brown
“I loved all of these books, for different reasons!”



Criminal   by Karen Slaughter
“I like novels with flashbacks that move the story along… this was the best of Slaughter’s novels.”



May We Be Forgiven by A. M. Homes
“…totally original and amazing page tuner; dark humor.”

The Creole Belle  by James Lee Burke
“Best written of his twelve books, this murder mystery takes place in
New Orleans in current time.

Patron Picks – August 2012

Librarians love to talk about books, but so do patrons!  If you would like to share what books you have been enjoying let us know and we will post it on our Patron Picks page.  Please fill out a form with your first name and the title and author of any book(s) you would like to recommend to others.  See Cathy at the Adult Reference desk to get a form.  Some of the best reads I’ve had have been suggestions from patrons!



Tuesday’s Child by Fern Michaels
All the Truth by Laura Brodie
Gone Missing by Linda Castillo


Martin Beck Mysteries by Maj Sjowall & Per Wahloo  (Swedish authors a la Henning Mankell)
Anything written by Ivan Doig (loves the rich language, dialogue,  and storytelling aspects, especially found in Whistling Season)


36 Yalta Boulevard by Olen Steinhauer ( He is reading all the titles by this author; many are spy mysteries a la Daniel Silva which utilize psychology.  The latest is An American Spy.)